The striking design is a fresh take on the conventional 4x2 display home, making a statement with its architecturally inspired Balinese exterior.
A mix of material on the outside creates intrigue through its subtle nuances and complementing colour palette, with this display the first in the Summit range to offer custom detailed gutters.
“Axon cladding, tiling detail, three feature windows and the steel awning with complementary patterned screens ensures this home commands attention,” Summit Homes Sales Manager Peter Chellew said.
“The exterior of this home has a strong contemporary vision, with broad features to the facade including cladding and feature screens.
“This home features a sophisticated and attractive architecturally inspired approach to traditional Balinese themes.”
Inside, the theme continues with the freeflowing interior simplifying life.
Forty-two-course ceilings and highlight windows open up the main living areas, master suite, ensuite, home theatre and study to give the home a vast feeling of light and space.
“It’s a home that makes you feel like you’re on holiday everyday,” Mr Chellew said.
The spacious master bedroom at the front of the home is an inviting parents’ retreat, with the feature lighting troughs adding to the ambience.
It will have you falling in love from the moment you step inside, with a soothing colour scheme, elongated walk-in robe and the luxurious ensuite with double shower and vanities for that hotel-inspired finish.
Continuing on down the entry hall you will discover a welcoming theatre that echoes style and comfort all rolled into one, while the separate study runs adjacent before spilling out to the sprawling open-plan living area.
“The versatility of this homes means it is perfectly suited to families with young children and also those that love to socialise at home, as it is dedicated to entertaining,” Mr Chellew said.
“The entire family will enjoy a true entertainer’s kitchen, redefined with this incredible home featuring dropped ceilings, double ovens and double walk-in pantries plus loads of bench space and adjacent contemporary scullery.”
Through stacker doors, the open-plan area extends outside to the alfresco, flowing seamlessly between the two areas.
“The alfresco is a show-stopper with angled beams lining the perimeter and a timber cladding feature wall adding a welcoming and relaxing feel to a modern architecturally inspired design,” Mr Chellew said.
Continuing through the home, the kids have their very own quarter featuring an activity area and three sizable bedrooms with built-in robes.
Suited to 15m-wide lots, the expansive living space and refined features of the Semara make it the perfect display to call home for those seeking something outside the ordinary.
Visit the Semara display home:
The Vale Estate
94 Egerton Drive, Aveley
Display home opening hours:
Monday & Wednesday: 2pm - 5pm
Saturday: 1pm - 5pm
Sunday: 12pm - 5pm
Public Holiday Mondays: 1pm - 5pm
This article was originally published in the West Australian New Homes Guide on Saturday 4th February 2017. To view the original article, click here.